A new poll show David Cameron's call for the introduction of same-sex marriage is out of step with Conservative voters. Research by ICM for The Sunday Telegraph shows:
- Half of the party's supporters are against the move
- 35% are in favour
- However the wider public backs it by a margin of 45% to 36%
The Government will launch a consultation next week, with the Prime Minister signalling he wants new laws in place by the 2015 general election.
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